"Wow! Much happens from morning to morning when I check in here. Apparently someone fired up the transmorgrifier to occasion the blending of identities. The address I provided for the Ukrainian artist, Пан Тимків, was gleaned from good…"
"I would also think that it's never meant to be malicious. My impression is that its focus is more on inventiveness, having fun - sometimes in strangely oblique ways - and just doing some blatantly dumb things at times. Unexpectedly beautiful…"
"Darest No Idea, yes, our friend Bradford is well-known on the IUOMA platform and in mail art, Tymkiv is prolific and known in the network and vispo. Most of us know they simply cannot be the same person. People new to the network might be mystified,…"
"Might be difficult for someone living in the Dakotas to pick up mail sent to a city in Ukraine. Of course, an accomplice could forward images of stuff sent to Lviv to anyone any where in the world (chuckle)."
"William, you are a great addition to the network - really great. But, dude, there is a lot of humor in this too, I know my jokes are bad but I don't believe Bradford is disguising himself as a Ukrainian visual poet. ;)"
A fun card from Lubomyr. Seems a bit vispo to me(which i dig). I love that evil whale(shark?) stamp in particular. There's something special about getting a card or envelope that is so covered with postage stamps that there's…
William! I received something similar. My guess is that Ernie Bar sent it. He did not add an address either, obviously on purpose, he is a big joker. He left IUOMA ages ago because he does not like it so his address is not here. I think two can play, or even three, the same game. I do not intend to answer see what he does, if it is him. No way to know. Whoever it is, can whistle!
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